North Central Kansas Community Band
The N.C.K. Community Band is open to musicians of all ages and experience. The band performs in concert both on and off campus. Their repertoire features the traditional literature for the concert band including transcriptions, marches, and contemporary works. For more information, contact Mr. Sieben via e-mail.
The Great Society Singers from Cloud County Community College, Concordia, Kansas, was organized in 1968 by Dr. Everett Miller. The Singers have performed at three World Expositions: New Orleans, USA; Brisbane, Australia; and Vancouver, Canada. They received invitations to the Home & Garden Show in Japan and the World Exposition in Spain. The Great Society Singers perform regularly throughout their native state of Kansas and other areas of the USA. This includes Hot Springs, Arkansas; Portland, Oregon; Santa Fe, New Mexico; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Dallas, Texas; and Little Rock, Arkansas. The Singers attended the International Conductors Workshop in Varna, Bulgaria in 2005 and 2006 and gave several concerts in Bulgaria and Istanbul, Turkey.
Cloud Kicks Jazz Band
This ensemble performs for community functions as well as on-campus concerts. They perform literature from the Big Band Era as well as modern jazz ensemble repertoire. Additionally, the Kicks Band is featured each summer at the Concordia Music Festival. Membership is open by audition, see Mr. Sieben for details.
Thunderheads Jazz Band
The Thunderheads is the newest group at CCCC, comprised of students who dig big band music in jazz, latin, and rock styles. This group performs on-campus twice a year and is open to all full-time students.
Rolling Thunder Band
Rolling Thunder performs at Cloud County events, including athletic contests, pep rallies, concerts, and other special events. Visit the Rolling Thunder page for more about this spirited group.
This chamber ensemble performs at on-campus and community events. The group features a flexible instrumentation from 4 to 15 members and is featured at CCCC graduation. Membership is open by audition, see Mr. Sieben for details.
This ensemble performs at on-campus and community events and features traditional and modern literature for the saxophone choir. Membership is open by audition, see Mr. Sieben for details.
Heartland Community Chorus
The Heartland Community Chorus is open to all college and community vocal musicians who appreciate great choral literature. This group performs in the community and on campus. Repertoire includes representative pieces from the traditional literature as well as contemporary popular choral arrangements.